• Cleveland Browns should take Dion Jordan in NFL Draft 2013, or trade down if he's gone: Mary Kay Cabot

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Apr 24, 2013
    Ohio - Here's how Plain Dealer Browns beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot sees the first round in the NFL draft: 1. I think their first choice would be Oregon's Dion Jordan, but he's likely to be gone by then. The other Clay Matthews, whom the Browns' passed over in the 2009 draft, is even more reason not to pass on Dion Jordan. If Oregon's Dion Jordan is available, that urge should subside quickly. Pass rushers disrupt. They cause havoc. Perhaps he'll be more in play if they trade down in the round, which is a fairly strong possibility. I get the feeling and the Browns have done a great job of playing it close to the vest that the Browns would like to land a pass-rusher if they stay at No. 6. The relatively low sack total was due to a number of factors, including constant double-teaming and efforts to contain mobile quarterbacks that neutralized the pass-rush, according to his d-line coach.
    Source: cleveland.com
    • Dion Jordan is a safe pick - and the right one - for the Cleveland Browns in NFL Draft 2013: Bud Shaw

      There's no substitute for someone who can rush the passer, and do it consistently, writes Bud Shaw.
      Source: cleveland.com
    • NFL Mock Draft 2013 by Plain Dealer Browns reporter Mary Kay Cabot

      The way Mary Kay Cabot sees it unfolding, the Browns take LSU's Barkevious Mingo at the No. 6 spot in the first round.
      Source: cleveland.com

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